Verizon is writing down the value of its media business and take a charge over a voluntary separation program.
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Sprint's network overhaul is accelerating and it's managing operating expenses well. Can it take share from AT&T and Verizon though?
Surely, Intel's virtual cable TV idea boils down to the usual line: Sell more chips.
Cisco has rolled out a new set of routers designed to allow wireless carriers to deploy mobile services more easily.
An investment in Clearwire could give cable companies a route to offer wireless services to better compete with AT&T and Verizon.
If you connect a few dots, it sounds like Nuance's greater visibility could come from Apple's latest iPhone.
Researchers at MIT have developed a way to "print" solar cells on paper and fabric. The process takes place in a vacuum chamber and is similar what's used to make potato chip bags.
These intent algorithms will interpret a phrase like "I wanna call John Smith" and translate it to "Call John Smith." If there's not enough information from the driver, SYNC will ask more questions.
Sprint's move to take a phone like the Triumph to Virgin Mobile highlights how a lot of the wireless action will be in the prepaid market. Here's why prepaid is a hot market.